(Updated)Rumor: HTC One X Coming To T-Mobile As The “G4x?” Tegra 3 Ready?

Update: According to the report, the HTC One X will arrive on T-Mobile with stock Android 4.0, NOT HTC Sense 4. 

So here’s a wild rumor that should be of course, be taken with a grain of salt as the boys from Androidandme are reporting that the HTC One X is headed the Magenta way. According to their sources, the T-Mobile version of the HTC One X will sport a Tegra 3 processor that supports T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network. Let us remind you that we’ve already seen the name “G4x” pop up and now Androidandme reports that this name will now belong to the HTC One X. Earlier reports assumed that the LG Optimus 4X HD would become the G4x, now that doesn’t seem to be the case.

The boys at Androidandme appear to be supremely confident in the validity of this rumor and since I consider some of those guys good tech press pals, I’m inclined to believe them. As always however, we’re inclined to urge you to take this rumor, as with all rumors, with a grain of salt until we can getting something a little more concrete.

Fingers crossed for this one to come true.

Androidandme

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  • gg555 gg555

    Now if only there were no T-Mobile branding on it, it would be perfect.

    • Anonymous

      Go away Troll

  • Havoktek

    Still on the Sidelines……..The phone still does not do it for me……..That hardware…..
    Looking for the perfect beat………

  • Bob

    This phone cannot be the G4x. Tmobile requres G series devices run a stock version of Android and htc does not launch devices that are stock…ever.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000248799459 Jamar Eccleston

       nexus one?

    • Gmann313

      G1? G2?

    • Batmanturner

      G2? G1? Nexus? Except for the g2x,. HTC has been the one to deliver the stock phones.

      But I doubt the veracity because tegra. 3 won’t support 42mpbs.

    • Anonymous

      Yeah, because it wasn’t posted in the article HOURS ago that the rumor says it will have stock ICS.

    • 1lapper

      you sir have no idea what you are talking about… 

      • http://tmonews.com David

        This is a legit story, I’ve confirmed it’s in testing.

        • 1lapper

          I was referring to his point that HTC does not launch stock android devices lol

    • Silk7412

      And what is the G2? By HTC with stock andriod? Hmmmmmm

  • Mike

    Dammit,I’m about to jump on tmo and I was going to get the sg2 but damn this is a sweet device!

  • haters on the rocks

    So T-mobile got HTC one s and x sweet but to bad I gotta wait for my next upgrade by then the next nexus phone would be out

  • Anonymous

    Honestly I hate carrier names on phones. It should be called the HTC One X(Which I love.Simple name, easy to remember) for all carriers. HTC needs to make their line of products stand out and create a familiarity for customers the way Samsung has done.
    Even if you are not a fan of Samsung, you know that their flagship phone is the Galaxy SII and while there are different variations of the phone, customers know what they are general getting when they buy a GSII. I am not a fan of the iPhone but in order to compete with them you have to make a unified product line with a strong brand across all platforms to earn the trust of the general public. Just my opinion, i could be wrong.

  • ConfuciusMonkey

    Now the question, as I’m ready and qualified for an update, is when?

  • SensationUser

    Am I the only person who likes HTC Sense??  Maybe I do not fully understand what part of my Sensation is ACTUALLY Sense…Would we lose the weather widget or the on-screen weather reports with animation?  Isn’t (open the flood gates for hater comments) Android stock kinda UGLY??  If I am wrong, please just educate me…I think the One S  is where I want to be, but if the One X is where I NEED to be, please let me know.

    Thanks!

    • SensationUser

      And…Just a thought, but isn’t it dumb to brand the phone the G4x after the entire G2x fiasco?!  I had 6 different handsets from LG and had the same problems over and over.  People who don’t follow forums will associate the G2x and its experience to the new G4x.  Two more questions…Is the phone above in the picture “running stock” in the its screenshot?  Is the phone white in color ONLY?  For those iPhone fans out there…I had an iPhone before I ever attempted Android use and LOVED it…Last night I played with my friends new 4S.  I put it down within 30 seconds or so (which is odd for me to do with any phone) because I got bored.  It is an app drawer, small screen, no widgets, heavy, slower device…why would you want that?!

      • Jose Hernandez

        Hello there, I own a MyTouch 4G Slide that also runs Sense (3.0-3.5). I have to admit to liking some things in sense. the clock and weather apps are a couple of them. But when you have stock android, is should run a little faster and smother. Don’t feel bad for liking what you like. I’m sure some with more knowledge will give you more information on their differences. I do prefer Android over Iphone. But in my case, I would love to get a stock android devise because it should allow for faster upgrades when the new OS is released.

      • Brian Medley

        Very true in fact on seeing the G4x that was the first thing I thought. I had a G2X (for 6 days and 3 sim cards +1 replacement completely none of which resolved the issues) and know the fiasco first hand. SO I think the name G4X is a very bad decision personally!

  • TMoFan

    Stock ICS? Now I’m very interested! 

  • jon

    Is it safe to assume they won’t use “G3″ because it may confuse the stupid masses into thinking it’s a 3G device? If anything drop the “x”…I would be more worried about stupid people thinking this device is of the same lineage as the G2x..

  • John

    So as every phone I’ve ever had eventually freezes for one reason or another. Simple fix,pull battery and back in business. Since this phone has an “embedded” battery as does the S version how does one reboot? Button combo that will actually work when screen is stuck? Just curious.

    • Ohgeez10

      Just like the HTC Radar, all you do is remove the small cover where the SIM card goes into. The unit powers off immediately. 

      • Tomnewtn

        My Nokia E7′s battery isn’t removable either but pull the sim real quick and it reboots.

    • Craig4life20089

      U have a very good point. Every phone I had by htc has frozen. A simple fix is to pull out the battery. So how do anyone reboot a phone that is frozen when u can’t pull the battery out?

  • Brian Medley

    I personally have a Sensation which continues to be a great phone. I am confused though I watched the MWC HTC presentation and was under impression this phone would have a 4.7″ screen. Then when I saw an announcement it had a 4.3″ screen so I am kind of confused. I currently have a Dual processor with the same specs seemingly minus the newer version processor and Camera, oh and ICS which of course I am supposed to get anyway on my Sensation sometime in the coming month as an update. SO why again should I upgrade really better pictures!

    • monkeybdb

      i think your thinking of the One S(Ville), thats the one with just the newer processor (1.5 vs your 1.2 in the sensation) and the better camera and ICS. this is the One X. tegra 3 as stated and stock ICS

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1142720567 Joseph Lagalla

        for the one S, to clarify, you also go up to 1GB RAM and Krait S4 CPU, which has been shown to directly compete with the NVidia. I for one will wait and see how this turns out in real life and benchmarks.

  • Anonymous

     I don’t think I have seen a SLCD-2 in real life yet so we’ll have to see about that. I guess I was the only one here that wanted the optimus 4x but I guess the HTC is nice as well. Too bad it looks like every other HTC phone out there, whish they would change things up. Also the no MicroSD card support might be a deal breaker. It’s amazing how fast people forget about important things like that.

  • Olvera Emmanuel

    hope it does if its a 4.7 inch display and if it comes for t mobile ama get it !!!!!!! :)

  • Anonymous

    From HTC’s website: 
    HTC One X The HTC One X features a beautifully crafted polycarbonate unibody that has the ruggedness of metal but is super lightweight. With seamless construction, the unibody combines a unique high gloss ‘piano’ finish and a matte back. HTC One X is blazing fast with the new NVIDIA® Tegra 3 Mobile Processor for clear graphics, faster applications and longer battery life. It includes a 1.5GHz Super 4-PLUS-1™ quad-core with an integrated fifth Battery Saver Core and a high-performance 12-Core NVIDIA® GPU. The HTC One X also has an amazing 4.7-inch, 720p HD screen crafted from contoured Corning™ Gorilla Glass. HTC One X will also be available in select 4G LTE markets with a LTE-enabled Qualcomm Snapdragon S4™ processor with up to 1.5GHz dual-core CPU’s. 

    So the quad core is actually a 5 core and the GPU is a 12-core. 
    I hope this rumor is true!!! 

  • Phozfate

    i can’t see them making their flagship phone all vanilla. I hope I’m wrong

  • Spanky

    This would certainly be an excellent device, if the rumors prove true. However, I am really not excited about it. I’m using a GSM unlocked Galaxy Nexus, a device that appears to have put an end to my perpetual craving for the latest and greatest. Despite a couple of perceived shortcomings (the 5MP camera and the SGX540 GPU, neither of which elicits any complaints from me), the GNex is the best Android phone I’ve ever used. I’ll see what else comes out throughout the year, but I’ll most likely hold onto it until the next Nexus.

    • Anonymous

      gotta disagree the gs2 is the best phone only thing that people make a big deal is the screen. personally to me that is not a deal breaker. sooooo many people over the top exaggerate about it saying its complete garbage and other things. seriously it looks that bad -_- ? i swear hardcore fanboys seriously wanna have every little meniscule spec to there liking if not its complete garbage. 480×800 super AMOLED+ looks fine and yes people i have taken a look at  720p displays not much of a difference to be honest. also gotta agree with u on those shortcomings seriously what the hell were they thingking. i guess they had to downgrade some things or else nobody would be buying the gs2

      • Vinos9711

        I currently have the gsm gnex and have had the sgs2 twice and the gnex is by far a better phone, the camera even tho it is a 5mp camera it takes far better clear pictures
        Then the sgs2 8mp camera (grainy)

      • Anonymous

        Some GS2 users tend to have a bloated ego. I came from the GS2 to the Galaxy Nexus and there’s no competition.

        • Anonymous

          nah galaxy owners think that cuz they have a 720p screen and ICS. compare other specs and its sub par. look at that old ass gpu and that 5mp camera is terrible test show gs2 is better at taking pictures

        • Spanky

          Keep in mind that the “old ass” GPU still smokes a lot of newer GPUs out there. Everything I throw at the GNex runs smooth as butter.

        • Anonymous

          doesnt smoke the mali 400

      • Spanky

        The GS2 is a good phone, but there are several things about it that affected my decision not to buy it.

        1. 480×800
        2. TouchWiz
        3. Gingerbread
        4. Snapdragon/Adreno combo (on the US version, anyway)

        With that being said, it’s still a great device. I just prefer the GNex.

      • Spanky

        I forgot one important thing. The GNex was built to Google’s specs, so it doesn’t really have anything to do with with upgrading or downgrading. This particular device is a Google reference device, not a direct competitor to the SGS2. Google optimized ICS to work with the GNex’s components.

  • 1lapper

    if this is true i might have to grab it… 

    but the SGS3 still has to be announced and then I will decide but this is really has my attention

  • Tchannin Dumas

    Not sure if said yet but here is my problem……….BRANDING stop switching the brands from carrier to carrier. The Mytouch was HTC now is LG the G2X we are used to (most unhappily) the  G2x being LG why switch it to HTC now? 

    • 67_390_coupe

      The G1 and G2 were both HTC devices.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1085351904 Lazera D Thompson Jr

      because the mytouch and the “G’ series of phones are under tmobile’s branding 

      just like Google own the nexus brand. 
      they can choose whatever manufacturer they want to make the phone :D lol 

  • http://yellowrex.com YellowRex

    That…  would be totally sweet.  I like the One S, but the One X is really in a class of its own.  720p SLCD would be awfully nice.

  • http://tmonews.com David

    I’m not putting my finger in my mouth, I never said this was a bad phone or a phone T-Mobile shouldn’t get. My emphasis in that report was that the two phones, the version AT&T was getting was different than the one everyone was thinking. Comments on the blog insinuated that people were unaware AT&T is getting the dual-core One X and not the quad-core, whereas they complained that T-Mobile was getting the “lesser” of the two models. I attempted to say that those two phones remain the same as tested, the Tegra 3 model tested differently as emphasized in this post.

    • Wilma Flintstone

      I know you’re not putting your finger in your mouth, it’s your “Foot” as emphasized in the previous post Lol

    • iwave

      Sounded like foot-in-mouth to me.  The first article had a very “down” spin on the AT&T One X, yet this article is the opposite, despite the different processors having very similar performance.  The S is only 16gb, has a significantly smaller screen, smaller battery and no NFC.  Apart from the processor, how many other specs would differ between a mid-range and high-end phone anyway?  The only real upside I can see for the rumoured TMO version of the One X over the AT&T variant is stock Android, which for many people is unlikely to be an issue anyway since those wanting stock Android probably have no qualms about rooting and an AOSP version.

      • http://tmonews.com David

        The first article referenced a different version of the One X on the horizon, the AT&T version and I stand by the first article. This new information talks about the Tegra 3 version, a different animal altogether. If I had to choose between the One X AT&T is getting and the T-Mobile version of the One S, I’d stand by my original article.

  • http://tmonews.com David

    I’m not putting my finger in my mouth, I never said this was a bad phone or a phone T-Mobile shouldn’t get. My emphasis in that report was that the two phones, the version AT&T was getting was different than the one everyone was thinking. Comments on the blog insinuated that people were unaware AT&T is getting the dual-core One X and not the quad-core, whereas they complained that T-Mobile was getting the “lesser” of the two models. I attempted to say that those two phones remain the same as tested, the Tegra 3 model tested differently as emphasized in this post.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/CeeGee-Borela/100000183782060 CeeGee Borela

    does anyone actually USE LTE speeds?

    i think a Quadcore Phone with Fast internet is better than a Dualcorfe Phone with Faster(often unavailable) internet

    the only use for faster internet is to download or stream large files as in Gigabytes worth, but does anyone actually do that on a smartphone?

  • Moth477

    No HTC Sense – OK, Battery not removeable and only 1800 mAh – ok, No Micro SD – NOT OK. The drop box idea will not work for people like me that enjoy carrying their entire music library and having access to it regardless of network connection. Who will pay for the additional data usage? Also, after 2 years if you choose not to pay for dropbox, you’d have to move your data to an external drive.

  • Liom

    I like it!!!!

  • Vim

    I really like this phone, but I hope T-Mobile can get them to up the HSPA+ from 21mbps to 42mbps and put the SD card and removable battery back in. 

    • http://www.wshh.com/ jr Genuine

      No change on the removable battery or the sd card, the phones 
      unibody type of construction and made of aluminium…

      • Michael O’Sullivan

        Sorry bud body is one piece polycarbonate. Much like the N9.

        • iwave

          “The body moves from plastic to aluminum and drops in thickness to a mere 7.9mm”

  • 305buddyluv

    Failure yet again. Come T-Mo, you need someone new at the helm making decisions on what device to carry. We who pay full price for your flag ship devices do not agree. As good as drop box sound, I prefer expandable SD cards. You don’t have service everywhere, and WiFi is not available everywhere either. Two thumbs down. 

    • Rgdog

      You are just too negative… And stop living under a rock WiFi is available everywhere!
      Four thumbs dowm for you

      • JeffreyME

         “WiFi is available everywhere”?? Not true, unless you spend all of your time in Starbucks or at home. Where’s the WiFi in a car, or on a bus?  On a city street? In a bank?  Then, there’s the issue of paying for WiFi at the following locations:
        1. Airports (some are free, but many — like LAX — are not)
        2. Airplanes
        3. Hotels (like airports, it varies)
        and more…

      • melon3531

        I live in NYC, and wifi is not in the subway (very few stations and not at all on the train) nor the buses where we spend our commute, although the buses at least get a signal.  Nor is it consistently available walking the streets, as we do.  This sounds like a great phone but for two things – non-removable battery, and no microSD card.  I have been waiting forever for an Android phone that has at least 64GB storage between internal and card storage, so I can drop carrying an iPod too.  

  • Anonymous

    Does Tegra 3 Quad support HSPA+ 42?

    • http://twitter.com/IRONMARC22 Marcus Armstrong

      yes, they dont have lte on tegra 3 yet

  • http://twitter.com/IRONMARC22 Marcus Armstrong

    If it has plain Android 4.0, then Cyanongen is going to unleash this saiyan’s hidden power 

  • http://profiles.google.com/demmelha Dan Emmelhainz

    Seems unlikely that IF this phone comes TMo’s way that it would support HSPA+ 42 or greater.  I would base this on the incompatibility of SGS2′s “stock” Tegra 2 processor and the HSPA+42 modem, which caused the T-Mo SGS2 to get the snapdragon processor.  

    That being said I would buy this phone for sure if they drop it for Magenta.  Especially if it’s vanilla. And super especially if it has a Quadcore (just to rub in AT&T users faces lol).

    • http://twitter.com/IRONMARC22 Marcus Armstrong

      it will be like Super saiyan 4 vs Super Saiyen 2 LOL

    • AppleWaffles

       SGS2 never had a Tegra 2…

    • felips110

      I guess little billy didn’t do his homework 
      GSII Tegra 2? lol uh more like Exynos processor
      also I think I saw somewhere that the quad-core is indeed
      capable of 42+ but I cant confirm anything I don’t think Ill 
      need more than 10Mbps anyway so Im getting this
      topDAWG!

  • SurgicalTech

    ill put my galaxy nexus on ebay day 1 that t-mo announces this phone. HTX one x blows Gnex away!

  • Apollo66

    im kinda holding my breath they stay with the s4. 

  • guest

     Tmobile is having on after hour sale on their website tonight.  All phones are free or heavily discounted

    • Wilma Flintstone

       Thank You.  I’ll look into this

  • Forget_you

    if this is true it is going to be a hard decision between this and the sgs3. especially since this would have stock android.

  • JBLmobileG1

    Did everyone forget about the Amaze 4g? It is like this phone for the most part. Personally I like having a removable battery and sd card slot. While I do miss stock Android Sense isn’t as bad as I thought it would be. The screen is a plus on the Amaze because I can actually view it in the light. I am sure this will be an excellent phone as well but it’s nothing new. BTW I read somewhere that it is like an upgraded Sensation… again… someone skipped the Amaze 4g as if it never existed when in reality this phone is like the Amaze only with some improvements. If anyone cares I would get the Amaze and save yourself some money… while the processor and screen may not be the latest and greatest its on par with everything else and actually has some advantages.

    • tomnewtn

      I think that this might be one reason the micro sim is accessible on the outside of the phone (on top it appears). You pull the sim and it reboots, like my Nokia E7. I cannot imagine they did not think of this.

  • Mavricxx

    I just hate that none of T-Mobile’s phones have hdmi.

    • JBLmobileG1

      The G2X does and I know the Amaze 4g does with an adapter. I believe the SGS2 also offers it with an adapter. Most High end phones now a days offer hdmi hookup in some way or another.

      • tomnewtn

        They are now using the new USB port that transmits HDMI as well…or something like that. For this just being a rumor, people are sure celebrating. I’ll believe it (and likely upgrade) when I see it.

  • http://www.twitter.com/Wicked_1 Wicked1

    If this is true-Great. But why would TMO get the One S & One X, aren’t they basically the same phone? I will be incredibly thankful if any new Android phone comes with pure Android, sans Sense, Motoblur, Touchwiz, etc. But the sticking point for me on these phones is the lack of a removable battery. For those that like to ticker, sometimes you need a good battery pull, haha. That may be the deal breaker for me. I have an upgrade, just waiting for something worth using it on.

    • Vim

      HTC One X
      —————-
      quad core Tegra 3
      4.7″ display size
      720p (1280×720) super LCD2 IPS display
      NFC
      32GB internal storage

      HTC One S
      —————
      dual core Krait s4 Snapdragon
      4.3″ display size
      qHD (960×540) pentile super AMOLED display
      no NFC
      16GB internal storage

      The One X is clearly the higher end phone. The One S will probably sell for $100 or so less than the One X. 

      BTW, I’m entirely with you on being disappointed over the lack of an upgradeable battery. 

  • Windy_city_wolf

    You know….. this is horsesh*t. I just popped over to the T-Mobile UK site. They are getting the One S, One X (quad), and even have the iPhone 4 (which who really cares about anyway). This just really pisses me off with T-mobile USA. To even give me more of a “red ass’ over this entire thing, is they are offering what they call “The Full Monty” Data Plan. TRULY UNLIMITED DATA WITH NO THROTTLING!!!!! I’m sorry but W T F is going on here? Are we not part of the same company? Is AMERICA not good enough to AT THE VERY LEAST get the same data options??? When I got my HD2 I had true unlimited data. Then they changed my plan, without my knowledge to throttle after 5g. But I got over that… now I see T-mobile UK has the One X quad core, the One S, iPhone 4 and truly limitless data? It actually says you can use your phone to share YOUR UNLIMITED data to your pc or laptop without restriction or charges.

    I want to know what idiotic slob they hired to handle the US customers and service? I can see things may be a little different across the big pond, but this, in my opinion, is a huge slap in our face.

    • Firestorm117

      perhaps the slob they hired was the same one that said a merger with AT&T would be great for the customer.

    • Cupcake

      My question is can I get one of those phone to use over here??!!  I know the answer is no but damn, their plans are cheap and the best phones are free.  Really???   WTF!

  • Firestorm117

    One thing I’ll say that although a minor point I still hope will happen is that it keeps the Dre Beats feature now that it can be used across the board. It’d be nice for us to be able to say we have a phone truly superior to iPhone in every way possible

  • Auser72

    If this turns out to be true, I will have a tough decision to make. Choices are always good.

  • Azazellov

    Yup I completely agree, that’s exactly what I was thinking. I’m willing to be patient though, I’m waiting until June/July. It’s funny how many people start defending the HTC One S even though most of its specs are mid range (screen size, screen resolution, storage). The lack of internal storage alone would make me not buy it. At least give us a 32 GB version as well so we can choose…

    And I think you’re being nice about the 12 GB available to the user, I have a funny feeling it’ll be more like 10 GB or less.

  • Frank_Lee_Written

    Both of the “latest Quad core devices HTC one X and the SGSIII” would be a fine choice to upgrade to after finally coming off of my 2 year contract in July from the Vibrant.
    BUT my guess is that one or both of these FINE devices will be castrated in some way, be it “features removed, modified” As seen on AT&T going dual core on the HTC one X [say what?] It is almost a given that T-Mobile Will decide what their customers want and need based on some pencil pusher’s Qui Jui board in a basement somewhere.
    I am looking forward to the upgrade just not what it will be after they “jack with it”.

    • cosmo10292

      Have you heard of rooting? Makes any android better and Its the only reason i still have and love my g2x. im currently running ICS 4.0 and its beautiful! :D

      • Theblaqman

        I second that.  ICS on G2x is Win.  Like when I got the Bionix gingerbread rom on the Vibrant and it made that phone fly.

  • Nikolai T

    I hope this is true. I love my HTC Sensation, I’m sure I’ll love this one too!

  • Nikolai T

    You’re correct. Beats ups the bass while sacrificing everything else, it’s nothing special. 

  • da9th_one

    tmo needs to do something b/c there’s no way in hell i’m buying that htc one s…and i only buy htc…

  • cosmo10292

    THANK YOU!!!! this is 10000000% true. t-mobile Uk needs to fire all the higher up usa t-mobile employee’s and ship some UK employee’s over here or just implement the same strategies. t-mobile would slaughter the competition in the US with those phones and plans and would most likely start making a profit finally!!!! Ill do an early upgrade right this second for a fully monty plan with the HTC One x or the Sony Experia S! I hate seeing new awesome phones come out and know the only way i can get it is by selling an organ on the black market for cash LMFAO! 

  • Jammin7998

    What does “tegra 3 ready” means? will it come it with tegra 2 and i can get upgraded to tegra 3?
     hehehe

  • in2android

    Amen! I bought the gs2, then I sold it, and went back to my sensation. I bought the Amaze, then I sold it and went back to my Sensation. Tmo sent me a free gs2, for an issue we had with another handset as they have been great to us over our nine year run, and yet again I am back to my sensation and one of its many flawless ics ports…..Moral of my story is I need another phone to really fall in love with like my sensation! Im not rich, but I’ll spend the cash on a phone I love, and I’m over samsung devices, they are great phones but not for me!  If Tmo doesnt bring me the One X, then I’ll bring ito on unlocked since were supposed to see the 1900 band very soon.My Sensation seems old to me even though its in excellent condition, but the development community had kept it fresh for us. I predict the One X to do the same. I will also never buy another phone that tmo puts a different chipset in such as the gs2, as it limits the amount of developer attention it gets.

  • k-mack

    I cannot wait for this phone!!!  With stock ICS this will be so awesome!  The screen size will be perfect.  I have the Amaze 4G and it is sweet but I wouldn’t mind a bigger screen to enjoy pictures, video, etc!  The HD SLCD will be better than super amoled, in my opinion.  I just like the tones better.  I find the amoled screens to be too blue.  gorilla glass, quad core, super thin, 4.7″ 1280x720p HD display with 312 ppi, noise cancellation, Beats audio, HTML5, f2.0 camera, ceramic casing. really sounds incredible!!  this is my next phone when I’m due for an upgrade!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003386080045 John doe

    I’d go back to Tmobile for this.